District Ayush Officer Exam - 2015

Q.No: 26 The granules of Juxta glomerular cells secret A Renin B Rennin C Erythropoietin D Estrogen Q.No: 27 In Vitamin B 12 deficiency the following ...

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District Ayush Officer Exam - 2015 (Final Answer Key) Homeopathy Q.No: 1 National AIDS control programme was launched in the year ----A

1985

B

1986

C

1987

D

1988

Q.No: 2 Koplik’s spots is related to which disease? A

Measles

B

Mumps

C

Diphtheria

D

Rubella

Q.No: 3 “Australia antigen” is related to which virus? A

Hepatitis A Virus

B

Hepatitis B Virus

C

Hepatitis C Virus

D

Hepatitis E Virus

Q.No: 4 Temporary hardness of water is due to presence of ----A

Chlorides of calcium and magnesium

B

Nitrates of calcium and magnesium

C

Bicarbonates of calcium and magnesium

D

Sulphates of calcium and magnesium

Q.No: 5 Which is the most insanitary method of solid waste disposal? A

Incineration

B

Composting

C

Dumping

D

Burial

Q.No: 6 DOTS is related to which disease? A

Leprosy

B

Malaria

C

Polio

D

Tuberculosis

Q.No: 7 India has been declared polio free since ----A

27th March 2015

B

27th March 2016

C

27th March 2014

D

27th March 2017

Q.No: 8 Which class of immunoglobulin is transported across the placenta? A

Ig A

B

Ig E

C

Ig M

D

Ig G

Q.No: 9 World health day is celebrated on ----A

7th February

B

7th March

C

7th April

D

7th June

Q.No: 10 Government of India launched National Rural Health Mission (NRHM) on ----A

5th April 2005

B

5th April 2006

C

5th April 2007

D

5th April 2008

Q.No: 11 All the following vaccines contain live attenuated strains except ----A

Oral Polio Vaccine

B

Pertussis Vaccine

C

Measles Vaccine

D

BCG Vaccine

Q.No: 12 Anti-Malaria campaign is observed in the month of ----A

June

B

July

C

May

D

August

Q.No: 13 Sand Fly is a vector of ----A

Kala-Azar

B

Sleeping sickness

C

Malaria

D

Dengue

Q.No: 14 Mantoux Test is carried out by injecting tuberculin PPD ----A

Subcutaneously

B

Intradermally

C

Intramuscularly

D

Intravenously

Q.No: 15

Punishment to a doctor issuing 'False Medical Certificate' may cause imprisonment up to -----

A

2 Years

B

2 Years + registration cancellation by council

C

3 Years

D

3 Years + registration cancellation by council

Q.No: 16 Dactylography means ----A

Graphical Tatto making

B

Measurement of body part

C

Studying dentition

D

Finger-Print System

Q.No: 17 Late sign of death is ----A

Rigor Mortis

B

Putrefaction

C

Changes in the skin

D

Cooling of the body

Q.No: 18 Adipocere is also known as ----A

Rigor mortis

B

Saponification

C

Putrefaction

D

None of these

Q.No: 19 What is Coroner’s Court ? A

Court of Enquiry

B

Court of Trial

C

Session’s court part

D

Court of special magistrate

Q.No: 20 Yellow discoloration of tissue is seen in ----A

HNO3 Poisoning

B

H2SO4 Poisoning

C

Carbolic Acid Poisoning

D

HCL Poisoning

Q.No: 21 Fatal dose of oxalic acid poisoning is ----A

20gm

B

10gm

C

3gm

D

5gm

Q.No: 22 Sleep walking is called ----A

Somnolenlia

B

Somnambulism

C

Insomnia

D

Semi-somnolence

Q.No: 23 Universal antidote is ----A

Dimercaprol

B

British Anti-Lewisite

C

Charcoal + MgO2 + Tannic acid

D

D – Penicillamine

Q.No: 24 Fatal dose of Methyl Alcohol is ----A

30 – 40ml

B

60 – 200ml

C

10 – 20ml

D

20 – 30ml

Q.No: 25 Gastric lavage is contraindicated in ----A

Corrosive / Volatile Poisoning

B

Snake Poisoning

C

Aspiration Pneumonia

D

Arsenic Poisoning

Q.No: 26 The granules of Juxta glomerular cells secret A

Renin

B

Rennin

C

Erythropoietin

D

Estrogen

Q.No: 27 In Vitamin B12 deficiency the following type of anaemia develops A

Microcytic Hyperchromic

B

Normocytic Normochromic

C

Macrocytic

D

Microcytic

Q.No: 28 The sleep is controlled by A

Central Nervous System

B

Sympathetic Nervous System

C

Parasympathetic Nervous System

D

Reticular Activating System

Q.No: 29 A normal value of MCH is about A

29 pg

B

27 pg

C

28 pg

D

26 pg

Q.No: 30 The Homoeopathic pharmacopoeia of U.S.A. was published in A

1895

B

1896

C

1897

D

1900

Q.No: 31 One grain measures approximately to A

0.0648 gm

B

0.0489 gm

C

0.0658 gm

D

0.0488 gm

Q.No: 32 Thyroidinum is prepared from A

Healthy thyroid tissue of sheep

B

Healthy thyroid tissue of cow

C

Healthy thyroid tissue of dog

D

Healthy thyroid tissue of human being

Q.No: 33 Which of the following Repertory is based on Doctrine of Pathological Generals? A

Boennighausen Therapeutic Pocket Book

B

Kent’s Repertory of the Homoeopathic Materia Medica

C

Knerr's Repertory

D

Boger Boenninghausen's Characteristics & Repertory

Q.No: 34 The first Card Repertory is published in the year A

1888

B

1890

C

1892

D

1894

Q.No: 35 'Stages of life and constitution' chapter is given in which repertory? A

Gentry’s Concordance Repertory

B

Knerr’s Repertory

C

Boenninghausen's Therapeutic Pocket Book

D

Kent’s Repertory

Q.No: 36 Feigned diseases described in Aphorism A

87

B

88

C

89

D

90

Q.No: 37 The first alphabetical pocket repertory was written by A

Weber- Pescheir

B

Dr. Jahr

C

Glazor

D

Rouff

Q.No: 38

Headache, from ironing; on coughing; gradually increasing until evening; from constipation is the characteristic feature of

A

Aconite nap

B

Natrum mur

C

Bryonia alba

D

Sepia

Q.No: 39 Excessive accumulation of flatulence; constant sensation of satiety; good appetite, but

a few mouthfuls fill up to the throat is found in A

China off

B

Magnesia carb

C

Lycopodium clavatum

D

Carbo vegetabilis

Q.No: 40

Asthma, dyspnea; aggravation in open air, sitting up; amelioration from lying down and keeping arms stretched far apart is the indication of -

A

Psorinum

B

Antim tart

C

Ipecac

D

Medorrhinum

Q.No: 41

Which one is the chronic of Aconite and follows it well in Pneumonia after acute diseases?

A

Psorinum

B

Lycopodium

C

Sulphur

D

Pulsatilla

Q.No: 42

Styes especially on upper lid; from eating fat, greasy, rich food or pork is the characteristic indication of

A

Staphysagria

B

Pulsatilla

C

Euphrasia

D

Apis mel

Q.No: 43

Dr. Samuel Hahnemann suggested that "not to ask questions by the physician so as to suggest the answer to the patient" in the

A

Aphorism 89

B

Aphorism 90

C

Aphorism 87

D

Aphorism 84

Q.No: 44 Desires cold food and aversion to meat is the symptom of A

Syphilitic patient

B

Latent psoric patient

C

Sycotic patient

D

Tubercular patient

Q.No: 45 "Homoeopathy can remove the symptoms, but the disease remains" told by -

A

J.T. Kent

B

Hufeland

C

C.M. Boger

D

Jenner

Q.No: 46

Hahnemann stated in footnote of aphorism 249 that the following medicine is helpful to procure speedy and certain relief in cholera -

A

Belladonna

B

Carb vegetabilis

C

Nux vomica

D

Sulphur

Q.No: 47 Indisposition is explained in aphorism A

147

B

149

C

150

D

153

Q.No: 48 The true natural Chronic diseases arise from A

Acute fixed miasm

B

Acute miasm

C

Chronic miasm

D

Mixed miasm

Q.No: 49 Which of the following bones is the first one to start ossification? A

Ulna

B

Scapula

C

Clavicle

D

Humerus

Q.No: 50 True ribs are A

1st, 3rd and 5th

B

2nd, 4th and 6th

C

8th, 9th and 10th

D

3rd, 6th and 8th

Question Deleted

Q.No: 51 The hands of clock position of internal piles are A

4,6,8, O’clock positions

B

3,7,11 O’clock positions

C

1,2,3 O’clock positions

D

2,3,4 O’clock positions

Q.No: 52 The total quantity of CSF is about A

150 ml

B

148 ml

C

140 ml

D

135 ml

Q.No: 53 Dolor is one of the sign of inflammation which means A

Pain

B

Heat

C

Swelling

D

Redness

Q.No: 54 Typhoid fever is an example of A

Acute inflammation

B

Chronic non specific inflammation

C

Chronic granulomatous inflammation

D

Chronic suppurative inflammation

Q.No: 55 Duodenal ulcers are found most commonly at A

Second part, anterior Surface

B

First part, posterior surface

C

First part, anterior surface

D

Second part, posterior surface

Q.No: 56 Plasmodium falciparum differs from other plasmodia in following aspects except A

It does not have exo erythrocytic stage

B

It causes malignant malaria

C

It parasitises only juvenile red cells

D

One red cell may contain more than one parasite

A patient suffering from a natural disease say for Psoric disease and later on a venereal Q.No: 57 chancrous disease complicates the natural disease, treated with unsuitable medicines. What is going to happen and in which of the aphorisms we find it? A

More difficult to cure, Aph.41

B

More difficult to cure, Aph. 37

C

Not very difficult to cure, Aph.81

D

None of these

Some inimical forces act upon the health of a person e.g., mental and physical inimical Q.No: 58 forces can produce disease in health persons. Which of the following statements is not about the inimical forces? A

Acts at all times

B

Can act conditionally

C

Under all circumstances

D

On every living human being

Q.No: 59 Desire for meat is found in which miasm? A

Psora

B

Syphilis

C

Sycosis

D

Tubercular

Q.No: 60

A moderate dose of opium during the cold stage of intermittent fever can cause of the following -

A

Can cure the patient

B

Can suppress the symptoms

C

Can deprive the patient’s life

D

Can induce coma in the patient

Q.No: 61 Which of the following signifies time? A

Quomodo

B

Quando

C

Quid

D

Ubi

Q.No: 62 Which of the following repertories do not have sub rubrics in the mind chapter? A

Boenninghausen's Therapeutic Pocket Book

B

Boger Boenninghausen's Characteristics and Repertory

C

Kent's Repertory

D

Knerr's Repertory

Q.No: 63

The misplaced "abortion" rubric in Boenninghausen’s Therapeutic Pocket Book is found at

A

Sexual organs

B

Menstruation

C

Sensations and Complaints

D

Modalities

Q.No: 64 Where do we find the rubric "Disordered stomach" in Boenninghausen’s Therapeutic Pocket Book A

Aggravations

B

Internal abdomen

C

External abdomen

D

Sensations

Q.No: 65 How many remedies are used in repertory section of Bell’s Diarrhoea? A

140

B

141

C

142

D

145

Q.No: 66 Which of the following oil is prepared from fruits? A

Sesame oil

B

Hydnocarpus oil

C

Chaul-moogra oil

D

Olive oil

Q.No: 67

Which of the following enzyme is present in yeast bring about the decomposition of cane sugar into ethyl alcohol?

A

Invertase

B

Zymase

C

Maltase

D

Diastase

Q.No: 68

Cancer mammae even in ulcerative stage. Acute, lancinating pain. Axillary glands swollen hard and knotted is the indication of

A

Belladonna

B

Asterias rubens

C

Conium mac

D

Phytolacca

Q.No: 69 Which one of the following is a princely remedy for old laborers, especially gardeners? A

Graphites

B

Sepia

C

Bellis perennis

D

Asafoetida

Q.No: 70

Feels as if top of head were opening and shutting and as if calvarium were being lifted is the characterstic symptom of

A

Cannabis indica

B

Lac caninum

C

Crocus sativus

D

Hypericum

Q.No: 71

Thin, moist coating on the tongue. Yellow, creamy coating at the back part of the roof of the mouth is the indication of

A

Natrum sulphuricum

B

Natrum phosphoricum

C

Tabacum

D

Magnesium muriaticum

Q.No: 72

Sensation as if a drop of urine were rolling continuously along the channel is the characteristic symptom of

A

Cannabis indica

B

Hepar sulph

C

Staphysagria

D

Kreosote

Q.No: 73

Dryness of nasal membrane. Constant need to blow the nose, but no discharge is found in

A

Ammonium carb

B

Tellurium

C

Sticta P.

D

Bryonia alb

Q.No: 74

Delirium, with singing, dancing and funny gestures. Everything appears strange and terrible is the characteristic symptom of

A

Belladonna

B

Stramonium

C

Lachesis

D

Cicuta virosa

Q.No: 75 The alternating actions of medicines are due to A

Various paroxysms of primary action

B

Mere reaction of the vital force

C

Secondary counter action

D

Secondary curative action

Q.No: 76 Plant that is very deficient in juice is A

Aethusa cynapium

B

Solanum nigrum

C

Buxus sempervirens

D

Symphytum officinale

Q.No: 77 The important complication of Bronchiectasis is A

Pleurisy

B

Chronic Bronchitis

C

Acute Haemoptysis

D

Pneumothorax

Q.No: 78 The size of the liver is increased in all except A

Cirrhosis

B

Multiple or large hepatic cyst

C

Liver metastasis

D

Hepatic vein outflow obstruction

Q.No: 79 Left sided heart failure is due to A

Reduction in left ventricular output

B

Reduction in right atrial pressure

C

Reduction in right ventricular output

D

Multiple pulmonary emboli

Q.No: 80 Non specific symptom of anemia is A

No difficulty in breathing

B

Loose stool

C

Tiredness

D

Tremor

Q.No: 81 Most common clinical feature of primary HIV infection is A

Constipation

B

Weakness

C

Oedema

D

Headache

Q.No: 82 Which of following is common cause of Post-menopausal bleeding? A

Cervical erosion and polyp

B

Dysfunctional uterine bleeding

C

Withdrawal bleeding following estrogen intake

D

Tubercular endometritis

Q.No: 83 The cardinal features of lower urinary tract infection is A

Loin pain

B

Ureteric Colic

C

Glomerulonephritis

D

Urinary Retention

Q.No: 84 Scar means A

Replacement of normal structures by fibrous tissue at the site of an injury

B

Replacement of normal structures by connective tissue at the site of an injury

C

A linear, atrophic, pink, purple or white band at the site of an injury

D

An area of thin, translucent skin at the site of an injury

Q.No: 85 In majority of cases of hypothyroidism the investigation findings are A

Serum T3 & T4 level is decreased

B

Serum T4 is decreased & TSH is increased

C

Serum T3 is increased & TSH is decreased

D

Serum T4 is increased & TSH is decreased

Q.No: 86 Alarm feature in dyspepsia is all except A

Weight loss

B

Anaemia

C

Vomiting

D

Nausea

Q.No: 87 The majority of cases of septic shock caused by A

Gram positive and Gram negative bacteria

B

Gram negative bacteria

C

Gram positive bacteria

D

Acid fast bacteria

Q.No: 88 The complication of over transfusion of blood is particularly noticed in cases of A

Acute anaemia

B

Thrombophlebitis

C

Air embolism

D

Chronic anaemia

Q.No: 89 During palpation, the consistency of the edge of ulcer shows A

Marked induration of the edge in carcinoma

B

Certain degree of induration of the edge in atrophic ulcer

C

Certain degree of induration of the edge in gummatous ulcer

D

No induration of the edge in traumatic ulcer

Q.No: 90 The commonest causative organism of acute pyogenic osteomyelitis is A

Pneumococcus

B

Mycobacterium tuberculosis

C

Streptococcus

D

Staphylococcus aureus

Q.No: 91 Greenstick fracture most commonly found in A

Adolescence

B

New born baby

C

Children

D

Old age

Q.No: 92 The rise of oral temperature in puerperal pyrexia is A

37oC

B

36oC

C

38oC

D

48oC

Q.No: 93 Kallmann’s syndrome is due to A

Gonadotrophin deficiency

B

Adrenal deficiency

C

Thyroid deficiency

D

Growth Hormone deficiency

Q.No: 94 The diagnostic indication for dilatation and curettage is found in all except A

Endometrial Carcinoma

B

Dysfunctional uterine bleeding

C

Incomplete abortion

D

Infertility

Q.No: 95 Skin symptoms are better in cold weather A

Petroleum

B

Kali Bich

C

Alumina

D

Sulphur

Q.No: 96

A weak, empty, all gone sensation in head, chest, stomach and entire abdomen is the characteristic symptom of

A

Phosphorus

B

Nux Vomica

C

Lycopodium

D

Nitric acid

Q.No: 97

Diphtheria and tonsillitis is aggravated by hot drinks and after sleep is the characteristic indication of

A

Bellodonna

B

Bryonia alb

C

Lachesis

D

Ignatia

Q.No: 98 Toothache from tobacco smoking is the indication of A

Spigelia

B

Merc sol

C

Chamomilla

D

Coffea

Q.No: 99 All of the following are complications of Eclampsia except A

Hyperpyrexia

B

Decreased GFR

C

Decreased Pulmonary Wedge Pressure

D

Cerebral Edema

Q.No: 100 The most commonest cause of post–term pregnancy is A

Primiparity

B

Wrong dates

C

Sedentary habit

D

Elderly multipara